STEERS ARE DRIVEN DOWN MAINSTREET by Honeycutt Rodeo cowboys during last year’s Buckeye Days celebration. This year’s event will kick off Saturday and continue the following weekend. View photo by Jordan Christopher
STEERS ARE DRIVEN DOWN MAINSTREET by Honeycutt Rodeo cowboys during last year’s Buckeye Days celebration. This year’s event will kick off Saturday and continue the following weekend. View photo by Jordan Christopher
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Cattle drive, rodeo, festival among events over 2 weekends A cattle drive, rodeo and western show will be highlights when Buckeye celebrates its western heritage during two weekends of events. The sixth annual Buckeye Days starts Saturday and continues Jan. 27-29 at various locations in Buckeye... + continue reading
DENNIS RUNYAN, Agua Fria Union High School District superintendent, speaks Jan. 12 at the groundbreaking ceremony for the district’s fifth school, to be built on the northwest corner of Bethany Home and Perryville roads in the West Valley. View photo by Jordan Christopher
DENNIS RUNYAN, Agua Fria Union High School District superintendent, speaks Jan. 12 at the groundbreaking ceremony for the district’s fifth school, to be built on the northwest corner of Bethany Home and Perryville roads in the West Valley. View photo by Jordan Christopher
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Campus will be 1st new public W.V. high school in a decade Nestled on county land at the base of the White Tank Mountains is the site of the West Valley’s next high school, an innovative campus with an opening date of August 2018. The Agua Fria Union High School District held a... + continue reading
MOISES PALACIOS, middle, of Tolleson streaks in on goal Jan. 12 against Valley Vista. Palacios had one of the Wolverines’ nine goals in a 9-0 blanking of the Monsoon. View photo by Ray Thomas
MOISES PALACIOS, middle, of Tolleson streaks in on goal Jan. 12 against Valley Vista. Palacios had one of the Wolverines’ nine goals in a 9-0 blanking of the Monsoon. View photo by Ray Thomas
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Wolverines have outscored opponents 77-9 in 12 games Feb. 6, 2016. That’s the last time Tolleson’s boys soccer team lost a match — in the quarterfinal round of last season’s state tournament. The Wolverines have passed every test they’ve faced so far this season, to... + continue reading
KAREEM SHARP, left, of Tolleson and Millennium’s Eric Fahy watch the ball carom away Jan. 13 after battling for a rebound. The Tigers outscored the Wolverines by 14 points in the second quarter and won 69-49. View photo by Mike Rincon
KAREEM SHARP, left, of Tolleson and Millennium’s Eric Fahy watch the ball carom away Jan. 13 after battling for a rebound. The Tigers outscored the Wolverines by 14 points in the second quarter and won 69-49. View photo by Mike Rincon
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Millennium’s full-court press proved too much for Tolleson to handle in the teams' boys basketball region matchup Jan. 13, as the Tigers blew past the Wolverines 69-49. The Tigers’ aggressive defense was the catalyst in stretching the team’s lead from four points early in the... + continue reading
HALEE YEAGER, left, of Estrella Foothills crashes to the ground Jan. 12 after being fouled by Higley’s Grace Trejo. The foul could have resulted in a PK, but instead was ruled a free kick outside the box. The Lady Wolves lost 2-1 for their first defeat of the season. View photo by Mike Rincon
HALEE YEAGER, left, of Estrella Foothills crashes to the ground Jan. 12 after being fouled by Higley’s Grace Trejo. The foul could have resulted in a PK, but instead was ruled a free kick outside the box. The Lady Wolves lost 2-1 for their first defeat of the season. View photo by Mike Rincon
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Pair of free-kick goals doom Estrella Foothills in 2-1 defeat to Higley Estrella Foothills’ girls soccer team was riding an 11-game winning streak into its Jan. 12 matchup with Gilbert Higley, the toughest opponent the Lady Wolves have faced to date. Estrella showed promise in dominating... + continue reading
STEERS ARE DRIVEN DOWN MAINSTREET by Honeycutt Rodeo cowboys during last year’s Buckeye Days celebration. This year’s event will kick off Saturday and continue the following weekend. View photo by Jordan Christopher
STEERS ARE DRIVEN DOWN MAINSTREET by Honeycutt Rodeo cowboys during last year’s Buckeye Days celebration. This year’s event will kick off Saturday and continue the following weekend. View photo by Jordan Christopher
DENNIS RUNYAN, Agua Fria Union High School District superintendent, speaks Jan. 12 at the groundbreaking ceremony for the district’s fifth school, to be built on the northwest corner of Bethany Home and Perryville roads in the West Valley. View photo by Jordan Christopher
DENNIS RUNYAN, Agua Fria Union High School District superintendent, speaks Jan. 12 at the groundbreaking ceremony for the district’s fifth school, to be built on the northwest corner of Bethany Home and Perryville roads in the West Valley. View photo by Jordan Christopher
MOISES PALACIOS, middle, of Tolleson streaks in on goal Jan. 12 against Valley Vista. Palacios had one of the Wolverines’ nine goals in a 9-0 blanking of the Monsoon. View photo by Ray Thomas
MOISES PALACIOS, middle, of Tolleson streaks in on goal Jan. 12 against Valley Vista. Palacios had one of the Wolverines’ nine goals in a 9-0 blanking of the Monsoon. View photo by Ray Thomas
KAREEM SHARP, left, of Tolleson and Millennium’s Eric Fahy watch the ball carom away Jan. 13 after battling for a rebound. The Tigers outscored the Wolverines by 14 points in the second quarter and won 69-49. View photo by Mike Rincon
KAREEM SHARP, left, of Tolleson and Millennium’s Eric Fahy watch the ball carom away Jan. 13 after battling for a rebound. The Tigers outscored the Wolverines by 14 points in the second quarter and won 69-49. View photo by Mike Rincon
HALEE YEAGER, left, of Estrella Foothills crashes to the ground Jan. 12 after being fouled by Higley’s Grace Trejo. The foul could have resulted in a PK, but instead was ruled a free kick outside the box. The Lady Wolves lost 2-1 for their first defeat of the season. View photo by Mike Rincon
HALEE YEAGER, left, of Estrella Foothills crashes to the ground Jan. 12 after being fouled by Higley’s Grace Trejo. The foul could have resulted in a PK, but instead was ruled a free kick outside the box. The Lady Wolves lost 2-1 for their first defeat of the season. View photo by Mike Rincon

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Avondale Fire
An Avondale apartment unit near Central Avenue and Van Buren Street was a total loss after an early morning fire today.
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An Avondale apartment unit is a total loss after an early morning fire today at the Las Casitas Apartments near Central Avenue and Van Buren Street, officials said. Firefighters responded at about 2... + continue reading

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FAR WEST STEELERS players take a team photo in Kissimmee, Fla., during the Pop Warner Super Bowl Dec. 3-10. The Steelers, made up of players 10 and 11 years old, won the Junior Pee Wee division championship. Submitted photo
FAR WEST STEELERS players take a team photo in Kissimmee, Fla., during the Pop Warner Super Bowl Dec. 3-10. The Steelers, made up of players 10 and 11 years old, won the Junior Pee Wee division championship. Submitted photo
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The Far West Steelers proved their worth against the best of the best during the Pop Warner Super Bowl Dec. 3-10 at the ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex in Kissimmee, Fla. The Steelers, made up of... + continue reading
HALEE YEAGER, left, of Estrella Foothills crashes to the ground Jan. 12 after being fouled by Higley’s Grace Trejo. The foul could have resulted in a PK, but instead was ruled a free kick outside the box. The Lady Wolves lost 2-1 for their first defeat of the season. View photo by Mike Rincon
HALEE YEAGER, left, of Estrella Foothills crashes to the ground Jan. 12 after being fouled by Higley’s Grace Trejo. The foul could have resulted in a PK, but instead was ruled a free kick outside the box. The Lady Wolves lost 2-1 for their first defeat of the season. View photo by Mike Rincon
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JABREEL EDWARDS, right, of Tolleson puts Alhambra’s Josh Nance in a guillotine choke Jan. 11 during a meet at Tolleson. Edwards won by pinfall in the 220-pound matchup. View photo by Ray Thomas
JABREEL EDWARDS, right, of Tolleson puts Alhambra’s Josh Nance in a guillotine choke Jan. 11 during a meet at Tolleson. Edwards won by pinfall in the 220-pound matchup. View photo by Ray Thomas
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KAREEM SHARP, left, of Tolleson and Millennium’s Eric Fahy watch the ball carom away Jan. 13 after battling for a rebound. The Tigers outscored the Wolverines by 14 points in the second quarter and won 69-49. View photo by Mike Rincon
KAREEM SHARP, left, of Tolleson and Millennium’s Eric Fahy watch the ball carom away Jan. 13 after battling for a rebound. The Tigers outscored the Wolverines by 14 points in the second quarter and won 69-49. View photo by Mike Rincon
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Francis Xavier Abel Francis Xavier Abel, 74, of Goodyear died Nov. 16, 2016. Mr. Abel was born Aug. 17, 1942, in Cleveland, to Frank and Cecilia. He attended Ohio University in Athens, Ohio. He... + continue reading
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